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, the other in baltimore city and and i the health department is warning of symptoms of heatstroke, no longer sweating and despite being hot. >> i'm already beginning to see signs some humidity is creeping back in. let me briefly show you the highs today. it felt cooler than we felt in quite a while. reagan national hot, no doubt about it, 95 degrees. we weren't talking about heat index values running over that, though. that was okay. dulles 92, so a little cooler in our western suburbs, bwi marshall 94. humidity will run. it looks like it's going to be coming in tomorrow morning and through the day tomorrow when the humidity will be coming back and creeping up, not so bad tomorrow. july 4th looks like it will be fairly muggy, back to what we would expect for july in d.c. temperature has cooled a little, 84 degrees, better for dulles at 78, martinsburg 74, winchester 72, culpeper 75, fredericksburg 79. i just want to show you real quick this is the dew point, higher the number, higher the dew point temperature, the more muggy it is. culpeper is back up to 72, quantico 71. there are some signs
for prince george's county and baltimore city. >> governor owe mamie says he won't call a special session -- o'malley says he won't call a special session until he has an agreement from house leaders they will consider expansion. he is set to meet with the house speaker and general assembly president tomorrow. >>> now a story of hope and determination, it's almost impossible for a laurel man with cerebral palsy to maneuver his motorized wheelchair around the house he shares with his mother. a local church is helping out by raising money for an addition. fox 5's karen gray houston has their story. >> reporter: cerebral palsy is a muscular condition which may slow brent ditman down, but he's not letting it stymie his development. >> i don't look at it as having a disability. i just look at it as making myself more of a regular person. >> reporter: but he's bumping into walls with his wheelchair, has difficulty navigating into the kitchen and bathroom. >> in order for me to access the bathroom, i have to get my chair just right. >> reporter: it's been tough on his mom trying to lift him
. over to ocean city, that's in effect. and moderate drought for washington and just up to baltimore, a little portion of montgomery county, and fairfax, and ab normally dry everywhere else. we need the rain and it's not as bad as it is in the middle part of the country. these hot days rob the ground of any moisture we do have. i do have some rain in the forecast and maybe it will be of some benefit, not just tomorrow, but thursday as well. we'll talk about when we can get liquid relief around here. shawn, back up to you. >> mystery solved, sort of. we'll tell you what we learned about the viral picture of a local couple getting engaged on the national mall. turns out, things are not as they seem. also ahead tonight, rg3's new commercial debuts, but when will he officially sign with the redskins? >>> youing a break at the pump, but paying more at the grocery store. a big drop in energy prices kept overall, but food prices, they were rising in june. continuing to put a big pinch on shoppers. and taking some of the fizz out of coke. the world's biggest beverage maker saying higher pri
. a closer look shows is near dale city moving east. mount vernon will probably get in on some of. that probably the strongest activity tonight has been in and around the baltimore area and some of these storms have been producing a little hail. now we see rotation high in the storm. that could translate to some wind damage as well. we've had a number of reports of trees down. you notice the green here, those are flash flood warnings for baltimore and that area was hard hit last thursday. these flash flood warnings will go for baltimore, baltimore county, carroll and hartford county until 2 a.m. they've had some heavy rain. that's to not say flooding right now is as bad as last week, but another inch or 2 could fall out of some of these storms moving through. that's where the greatest collection of lightning has been. you can see around the rest of the region we're not seeing that much in the way of lightning. we continue to monitor this line of storms, did a lot of damage in the new york city area, but as they moved through our region, they have weakened as we expected as our mod
of the baltimore area. that should be most of it. as i put this in motion, maybe you can see some of the severe activity moving up through new york city and north of philadelphia, just a couple maybe some light isolated showers and occasional moderate downpour for those areas, but everything else has been to our north or south, bigger cluster of storms that moved from the charlottesville area through richmond down through hampton road. that's what's going on. tomorrow we have a frontal boundary coming. it could be a little better trigger for more organized showers and thunderstorms primarily in the afternoon. i don't see much in the morning. this will swing through and might find some pretty good energy in the atmosphere. that's what our models suggest. that will come through, might fire up storms in the afternoon. the storm prediction center in normand, oklahoma, says we do need to watch because some could have potentially damaging wins and hey. for wednesday a little cooler -- winds and hail. for wednesday a little cooler as high pressure briefly builds in. tonight a few cloud, a couple light
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